Wednesday, 6th October: A fine and bright morning in a brisk north-westerly breeze.....
Our thanks to BI for keeping things running so well during our absence. (Eds)
(0725-0905hrs) (NW, F5)
Tuesday, 5th October: Torrential rain overnight giving way to a clear and bright day, winds still westerly F4-5
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Selsey Bill: (0715-0915hrs) (W7) (SR/IP) Little was moving offshore again this morning but there was some "viz-mig" with a Wheatear sheltering on the beach for an hour and a few Pied Wagtails and Meadow Pipits passing through. A Rock Pipit also dropped onto the beach for a while (AW)
Gannet - 1W
Turnstone - 3W
Mediterranean Gull - 2W
Sandwich Tern - 1W
Magpie - 8
Wheatear - 1
Swallow - 133W
Pied Wagtail - 14W
Meadow Pipit - 149W
Monday, 4th October: Intermittent showers throughout the day, F3-4 winds from the WSW...
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Selsey Bill: (0720-0850hrs) (SW3) (SR/IP) A quiet morning with just the regular species noted, log below: